Anti-discriminatory and anti-oppressive practice education
Author: Prospera Tedam
Publication Date: 20 November 2017
Photo: John Birdsall/REX/Shutterstock
Learning points What research tells us about discrimination and oppression on social work courses and in practice learning environments. How some of the processes of practice education are fertile grounds for discrimination and oppression, including giving feedback, supervision and the practice educator’s final report. How the MANDELA framework can be used to build healthy working […]
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